Many teachers have been asking me about the TES iBoard activities that I have on my math webpages … mentioning that you now need a subscription. I contacted TES iBoard to find out how much it would cost in CAD currency. Please contact me if you are interested in that information. Also, from what I …Details
Here is a free virtual manipulative you can use on your SMART Board or in your Math Pods so students can solve and understand addition and subtraction to 20. I also downloaded the App for $.99
Or try all the Virtual Math Boards: Click on the online version (site is in German)
Here is a great post in Edutopia about alternatives to Book reports … some great ideas!
1. The Graphic Novel: Students draw scenes from a selected part of the book-perhaps a scene that represents the beginning, middle and end if you’re working on understanding chronology; or three scenes that depict how the main character changed. If the book is …
Good Spirit School division students and teacher have access to CultureGrams which is a great resource when you are learning about countries around the world. It has videos, images and slideshows with up-date information. They go beyond mere facts and figures to deliver an insider’s perspective on daily life and culture, including the history, customs, and lifestyles …Details
Inklewriter is an online app that allows users to write interactive stories. It works in a web browser so there’s no setup and no installation. Just click on the link and start writing!
GSSD teachers don’t forget that you have an account for Destination Math & Reading. This software is great to use in pods, small or large group instruction, or perhaps to differentiate instruction. Please contact your Digital Learning Coach if you require more information. This program can be used from Kindergarten to grade 9.
I am currently working on/adding to a new Pinterest Board for Math Apps – some apps are linked to the Saskatchewan Curriculum Outcomes … however many of these apps can be used for different outcomes/curriculums. I would love to hear how you use some of these apps in your classroom. Please feel free to follow my board, …Details
Before you give up on the idea of using Twitter in the classroom check this out
I’m always on the hunt for good interactive and practical tools for the classroom. inklewriter is a free tool designed to allow anyone to write and publish interactive stories. It’s perfect for writers who want to try out interactivity, but also for teachers and students looking to mix computer skills and creative writing.